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Thursday, 4 July 2019

Seafood Noodle, Durians & Home Cooked Dinner

The day started with me taking some snapshots of the morning sky.
Outside my house at 6:47 am.
At the park - 6:55 am.
Going up a small slope - 7:10 am.
Rising sun - 7:20 am
Lighting up the morning sky - 7:25 am
That morning I had seafood noodle.
In the afternoon, we passed by Gunung Rapat village. We stopped for fresh coconut drink.
This stall also sells durians. We bought the last two remaining durians.
The seller opened up the durians and packed the durian flesh in a plastic container.
Hubby couldn't wait to taste the thick and creamy flesh.
When we reached home, we had durian for lunch.
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I cooked the following for dinner.
Chinese cabbage cooked with garlic and dried prawns.
Home grown angled luffa cooked with tofu, dried prawns and garlic.
Leftover from the previous day's dinner.
I placed the steamed chicken and stewed pork ribs together.

Let the mountains and hills, the fruit trees and cedars,

the wild animals and cattle, the snakes and birds,

the kings and all the people with their rulers and their judges,

young men and maidens, old men and children -

all praise the Lord together. For he alone is worthy.

His glory is far greater than all of earth and heaven.

(Psalm 148:9-13, The Living Bible-TLB)

42 comments:

  1. We do not have Durians here, they must be wonderful.

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  2. Overall a good relaxing day.

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  3. Such beautiful skies. The seafood noodle looks delicious, a wonderful start to the day.

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  4. Now is the durian season, the cabbages look good.

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  5. Hummm coisas boas logo de manhã, aproveito para desejar a continuação de uma boa semana.

    Andarilhar
    Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
    O prazer dos livros

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  6. ...I see durian atthe market in Maui, but have never tried them, perhaps next year,

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    1. You could either enjoy it or you could just hate it. Lol!

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  7. your luffa and tofu dish is so delicious and ching! I can eat it everyday.

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    1. Me too but hubby is starting to get bored with home grown edibles. Lol!

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  8. Durian season again?? Long time did not taste it. Not so crazy about it now.

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  9. Interesting post dear! thanks for sharing, xx

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  10. Interesting post I would love to try durians. Have a good day, Diane

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    1. Please try and let me know whether you like it.

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  11. Chinese Cabbage is one of my favorite vegetables! It's crunchy but blends so well to a lot of flavors!

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  12. I would love to try durians. They don't have those here.

    You food looks so very too.

    Have a fabulous day, Nancy. ♥

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  13. lovely post dear :)
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  14. Preciosas fotos Nancy y apetitosos platos. Un beso.

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  15. Fresh coconut sounds so good!

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  16. Durian no hay en España y me gustaría probar. Besitos.

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  17. Wonderful sky shots! Durian looks delicious

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  18. I just don´t understand how can you always capture such pretty photos of the sky ✿

    Blog de la Licorne * Instagram * We♥It

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    1. Need to get up early to catch the morning sky!

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  19. Not thanks to durian, but home cooked meals are the best!

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